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Moel Faban, Carneddau (Cairn(s)) by GLADMAN A bit of landscape perspective... looking across Llyn Idwal and along Nant Ffrancon to the funerary cairn crowned hills of Moel Faban/Moel Wnion [centre right skyline] from Glyder Fach. Carnedd Dafydd - similarly blessed - rises to the right of Pen-Yr-Ole-Wen, far right. Anglesey tops the far horizon
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
20th December 2010ce
Edited 21st December 2010ce
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Wow! That's an awesome landscape. You must have felt like a god when you were up there. A R Cane Posted by A R Cane
20th December 2010ce
It's certainly that, although for me the fact that people have actually lived in settlements below the peaks and performed their spiritual 'stuff'... whatever that was .... up on the summits makes it more, well, relevant somehow and not detached like some supernatural being's laboratory.

What (I think) I get from the hills is an intermittent (nowhere near regular enough) dose of humility bringing me, paradoxically, down to earth. As long as that is not literally!
GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
21st December 2010ce
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